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Cold Feet | Free Soloing Mt. Kenya… Barefoot [Trailer]

"Cold Feet" is a film by Ash Mulama that follows 21 year-old Kenyan climber, Peter Naituli, in his quest to become the first climber to ascend Point John (4883m) on Mt. Kenya with no rope and no shoes.

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“Cold Feet” is a film by Ash Mulama that follows 21 year-old Kenyan climber, Peter Naituli, in his quest to become the first climber to ascend Point John (4883m) on Mt. Kenya with no rope and no shoes.

From the filmmakers: “Please help us get this film out there by sharing or contributing to our GoFundMe campaign, which will help us in our goal to submit Cold Feet to five mountain film festivals. Thank you!”

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The Trailer is here! We’re excited to bring you the first glimpse of this documentary (Link in bio) We still have a way to go and if you can, please consider donating to our GoFundMe as every contribution will aid us in getting through the final stages of releasing the full documentary. It will also help us in our goal of submitting it to international mountain film festivals. (Link in YouTube description) This film is a chance for us to showcase some of Kenya’s finest climbing destinations. It is a chance for us to give the international climbing community a glimpse of the small but growing community of passionate Kenyan climbers. Please share! Help us get this film out there 🙂 Editing by @ash_mulama @climbinglifekenya @mountainclubke @theclimbinginitiative @unitedweclimb @freedom_climbers @melaninbasecamp @climbbluesky #freesolo #climbing #alpinist #mtkenya #mountkenya #tembeakenya #itsokenya #barefootfreesoloing @rockandicemag #calisthenics #mountaineering #kenya #mountkenyanationalpark #TheMountKenyaExperience

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